Episode 11: Yanto Tong (Eliza Sam)
“Originally, my brother had talent and had dreams, and a bright future. But now? He does not recognize people, he does not talk… But up until now, she still chooses to hide the truth, and even stopping my brother from attending our father’s wedding. In this woman’s life, her image, her career are always in first place. I don’t disagree that my mother loves me. But, honestly speaking, in our family, my brother and I are the closest. That is why the more she cares about me, the more I try to escape, because I am afraid I will forgive her.”
-Yanto (Eliza Sam) reveals to Ben Law (Damian Lau) of her brother’s condition. All have been lies. He is actually living in a rehab center, living in his own world. Although she has accepted this as a fact, their mother Wah Fong Ying (Liza Wang) keeps trying to hide the truth. At this moment, Ben finally understands why Yanto is so passive against her mother.
Episode 12: Wah Fong Ying (Liza Wang)
Szeto Dik Dik (Linda Chung) finds out the real truth behind her uncle’s death. Wah Fong Ying (Liza Wang) and her uncle were originally lovers and her uncle helped Wah Fong Ying to compose a song, leading to an increase in her popularity. But because she was scared of her image being ruined, she lied to reporters that he was a crazy fan who followed her around. Because of this false accusation, he was fired from the music school, leading to his departure from the family. Wah Fong Ying does not know that Dik Dik has already encountered the truth, but Dik Dik questions her what if she did not encounter the person who put her to fame? She answers there are no ifs, only outcomes. And truthfully speaking, she is still the top singer in the entertainment circle.
Episode 13: Szeto Dik Dik (Linda Chung)
“I’m your carrier pigeon? Ok, let me go back to Nash and help you get some more information… Partner? Oh, so now I’ve been upgraded from an animal to a human species? Thank you! I’m a VIP? VIP is amazing. Are there discounts and offers? No need to book tables? Free cake? Free flowers? Free champagne? I love drinking champagne! And, how much discount do I get? 50%? 70%? 60%? 80%? 20%? 10%? 50% 40%? Why aren’t you speaking? You’re not treating me like a VIP. You are lying. You are not treating me like a VIP. What do you mean? You always say I am your VIP. But you are not treating me like a VIP.”
-Sean (Alex Fong) goes to get Dik Dik (Linda Chung), worrying the executive producer Nash might do something bad to her. The drunk Dik Dik goes on nonstop talking after they leave the bar. To stop her from talking, Sean had already lied and admitted he was her boyfriend. But when Sean was forced to kiss her to shut her up, in front of everyone on the streets, Dik Dik was equally shocked.
Episode 14: Jori (Becky Lee)
“Maybe because our love has already changed. I remember when we first started dating, I always disliked how you would write rather than spend time with me. And you would say I did not give you enough personal space and would always stick to you… But maybe time has already diluted our relationship. Only if you truly love a person will you also accept their bad habits. We do not care because we are no longer lovers… But it seems like you need someone who will make you jealous, angry and emotional.”
-Sean (Alex Fong) encounters his ex-girlfriend Jori (Becky Lee) at a coffeeshop and she offers to drive him back to his studio. On the ride, the two reminisce a bit about their past. Jori reminds him he needs a someone who will make him emotional, but he sticks to his saying, unless he is famous, he will not date anyone.
Episode 15: Szeto Dik Dik (Linda Chung)
“You are you? I am me? What do you mean? Then I want to ask we… you and me, what relationship are we? We’ve gone through so much, I’ve paid so much effort to your career, even treating it like my own. You can’t even a simple question like that? I am not asking to be with you right now. I just want to remind you, you once said I was your V-I-P, Very Important Person, don’t you forget… Thank you for reminding me, that all along, in your eyes I am only a stupid Cheap Lady. I’ve bothered you and annoyed you for so long, I am very sorry. But, don’t you worry, I will never appear in your face again.”
-Sean, (Alex Fong) devastated over the fact that his book can no longer enter the market and will become garbage, straight out tells Dik Dik (Linda Chung) that to him, anyone who can assist him to gain a higher position is a VIP. And although she’s given so much to help his career, he sees that as nothing because it was her own will and he did not force her. For that reason, Dik Dik angrily slaps him and storms off.
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